3 years ago - By Analog Artist Digital World
Rigoberto Torres began working at his uncle's statuary and mold factory doing religious-themed pieces. He was trained in using air brushes and mixing colors. In 1980, a cousin introduced Rigoberto to artist John Ahearn who was doing live casting of peoples' faces. He went to school, while at the same time helping John do his live casting. He learned that he is good at working with people.
He asked John if he could borrow some of the equipment and do some live casting in his neighborhood. He did a sculpture of his friend named Felix out in the street of his neighborhood in the Bronx. It was...
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